“Discipline” punished Al-Ittihad by playing its next match at home without fans

The fine included “Al-Soma” and “Al-Owais”

The Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of the Saudi Football Association issued several disciplinary decisions against the background of the events accompanying the sixth round of the professional league, which affected Al-Ittihad and Al-Taawun clubs, along with Al-Ahly players Omar Al-Soma and Muhammad Al-Owais.

In the details, the committee imposed a fine of (42,500) forty-two thousand five hundred riyals on Al-Ittihad Club for throwing (3) three water cans towards the stadium during the Al-Taawoun match, according to what was stated in the match observer report, and this violation is considered a recurrence for the time. The second is in accordance with Article (40) of the Discipline and Ethics Regulations.

The committee also imposed on Al-Ittihad Club to play its next match on its home ground without the presence of the public, with the suspension of this penalty for a period of (6) months starting from the date of notification of this decision, but the suspension of the penalty shall be canceled in the event that the Al-Ittihad fans commit any misconduct in violation of Article (52) of the Regulations Discipline and morals, and the penalty becomes automatically effective in the first match of the Al-Ittihad club on its home soil.

The Disciplinary Committee indicated that its decision is subject to appeal in accordance with Article (139) of the Disciplinary and Ethics Regulations.

The committee obligated Al-Taawun Club to pay a fine of (15,000) fifteen thousand riyals, for six players of the team in the Al-Ittihad match received warnings during the match, according to the match referee report.

The committee fined Al-Ahly goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais 20 thousand riyals for his absence from the media interview after the Al-Fayha match, and fined his colleague Omar Al-Soma with the same penalty for the same reason.

The committee stated that its last three decisions are not subject to appeal in accordance with Article (139) of the Discipline and Ethics Regulations.

“Discipline” punished Al-Ittihad by playing its next match at home without fans


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The Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of the Saudi Football Association issued several disciplinary decisions against the background of the events accompanying the sixth round of the professional league, which affected Al-Ittihad and Al-Taawun clubs, along with Al-Ahly players Omar Al-Soma and Muhammad Al-Owais.

In the details, the committee imposed a fine of (42,500) forty-two thousand five hundred riyals on Al-Ittihad Club for throwing (3) three water cans towards the stadium during the Al-Taawoun match, according to what was stated in the match observer report, and this violation is considered a recurrence for the time. The second is in accordance with Article (40) of the Discipline and Ethics Regulations.

The committee also imposed on Al-Ittihad Club to play its next match on its home ground without the presence of the public, with the suspension of this penalty for a period of (6) months starting from the date of notification of this decision, but the suspension of the penalty shall be canceled in the event that the Al-Ittihad fans commit any misconduct in violation of Article (52) of the Regulations Discipline and morals, and the penalty becomes automatically effective in the first match of the Al-Ittihad club on its home soil.

The Disciplinary Committee indicated that its decision is subject to appeal in accordance with Article (139) of the Discipline and Ethics Regulations.

The committee obligated Al-Taawun Club to pay a fine of (15,000) fifteen thousand riyals, for six players of the team in the Al-Ittihad match received warnings during the match, according to the match referee report.

The committee fined Al-Ahly goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais 20 thousand riyals for his absence from the media interview after the Al-Fayha match, and fined his colleague Omar Al-Soma with the same penalty for the same reason.

The committee stated that its last three decisions are not subject to appeal in accordance with Article (139) of the Discipline and Ethics Regulations.

September 26, 2021 – Safar 19 1443

07:33 PM

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September 26, 2021 – Safar 19 1443

09:53 PM


The fine included “Al-Soma” and “Al-Owais”

The Disciplinary and Ethics Committee of the Saudi Football Association issued several disciplinary decisions against the background of the events accompanying the sixth round of the professional league, which affected Al-Ittihad and Al-Taawun clubs, along with Al-Ahly players Omar Al-Soma and Muhammad Al-Owais.

In the details, the committee imposed a fine of (42,500) forty-two thousand five hundred riyals on Al-Ittihad Club for throwing (3) three water cans towards the stadium during the Al-Taawoun match, according to what was stated in the match observer report, and this violation is considered a recurrence for the time. The second is in accordance with Article (40) of the Discipline and Ethics Regulations.

The committee also imposed on Al-Ittihad club to play its next match on its home ground without the presence of the public, with the suspension of this penalty for a period of (6) months starting from the date of notification of this decision, but the suspension of the penalty shall be canceled in the event that Al-Ittihad fans commit any misconduct in violation of Article (52) of the Regulations Discipline and morals, and the penalty becomes automatically effective in the first match of the Al-Ittihad club on its home soil.

The Disciplinary Committee indicated that its decision is subject to appeal in accordance with Article (139) of the Disciplinary and Ethics Regulations.

The committee obligated Al-Taawun Club to pay a fine of (15,000) fifteen thousand riyals, for six players of the team in the Al-Ittihad match received warnings during the match, according to the match referee report.

The committee fined Al-Ahly goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais 20 thousand riyals for his absence from the media interview after the Al-Fayha match, and fined his colleague Omar Al-Soma with the same penalty for the same reason.

The committee stated that its last three decisions are not subject to appeal in accordance with Article (139) of the Discipline and Ethics Regulations.

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